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Old Mar 14, 2008, 9:27 PM   #1
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I warned you!
Touch of HDR via Photomatix as well...

This is the best version...

If you want to see my 1st prototype that's larger check that out here: http://flickr.com/photos/joe_i/2333092135/sizes/o/
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Old Mar 15, 2008, 12:20 AM   #2
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Love it, but I'm a sucker for ultra symmetry. Also, the use of HDR is invisible, just like I like it. Very nicely done. I've got to get me an ultrawide!
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Thanks David. If you don't yet have an ultrawide you should definitely try one. I love mine but have come to appreciate that it is dificult to find the correct setting and therefore composition in which to use it. When I took the above shot I never dreamed that I would end up doing to it what I did.

As far as the HDR goes, I too am not a fan of gawdy tie-dyed looking shots that remind me of a bad acid trip. I can see the flaws in this shot with the HDR but enjoy the effect more than I notice the flaws.

Thanks for your kind words!
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Nicely mirrored for the symmetry andgreat hdr effect...................musket.
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